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his energy plan, electricity prices would of necessity skyrocket. you say there's a carbon constrained world, but what i just said, the only thing constrained is the american economy anded competitiveness? >> thank you, congressman. there's a lot there. i'll try to comment, i guess, on -- >> you got a lot of time, 28 seconds. >> okay, great. well, last time i saw you, we were down in your district where we were doing a ribbon cutting for the air products project. that dwsh i mean, we can talk about who said what in an unattributed article, but if you look at what we've actually done, particularly in the department, particularly the research development projects, we are taking actions to ensure coal remains relevant. market forces do what they do, and, certainly, the emergence of natural gas has a big impact on coal, and the technology innovation with shale gas pushed prices down, and we think it's important that as we go forward, that we're making the research, doing the -- putting research in place to ensure that coal does continue to have a role. that means -- >> thank you very much.
solar energy because we are in the forefront of certainly the rest of the states, probably -- in fact, certainly in the western hemisphere, california is in the lead. and that's important. but being in the lead doesn't mean we've arrived at the goal. got a long way to go and i hope the work you do here, the conversations, the relationships that are formed can help advance the cause of solar energy and renewable energy or generally. back when i was governor the first time, that was a long time ago -- some of you folks weren't even born then -- not too many. i see a few gray hairs here who are hanging around. that was a long time ago, 38 years ago, as a matter of fact. very few people get to be governor 38 years after they first started. [laughter] >> with a 28-year hiatus. (applause) so, i guess i have to expiate my many political sins and i spent time in the wilderness. but i am back and i can reflect on how politics work, how it worked then, what's happened in the meantime, challenges we now face. i promoted solar energy back in 1975 when i signed a law that granted a 55% tax credit
recorded over 2000 megawatts of solar energy being put into the grid, which is more than [speaker not understood] provided. (applause) >> of course, the solar works for six hours or so and nuclear works for, you know, four times as long. however, it leaves a little bit of a tail afterwards that has to be dealt with. so, but it's an important milestone. and california does have the goal of 33% renewable energy. we have the goal of a million solar rooftops. we already have over 130,000 installations on homes and small businesses. so, we're looking at utility, scale, installation of solar, we're looking at individual homes, and businesses. so, wherever we can, we are encouraging it. we're number oned in the country. we're going to keep on going. it's very critical. now, i know from the idea to the execution to the secure realization, it takes a long time. and we have to have patience. we have to have staying power. so, that's the dilemma. we look at most of the countries. germany certainly an exception, but most are not stepping up to the plate. there is a complete disproportion betw
at clean energy, looking at other areas of infrastructure, water infrastructure, and not cometting to silo nature which we make infrastructure investments. it's not going to solve every problem, but fill a niche we know we need. >> we saw congress is willing to come together on the two year transportation bill. obviously, a long term bill is better, but they want to get it done, ai love the points about the goals because i thought that was one of the best thing the the president put out there, exports doubling in a number of years because we are working to get to that goal, and it made a difference, and people remember that. that kind of a goal with infrastructure tied in with some new ideas, and as the governor pointed out, it's not a one thing fits all. there's a guy i talked about in fargo near canada that actually a guy got permission to be in a shack and charge 75 cents every time they cross a bridge. this is not good public policy, and so that is not the one way to solve everything, and so i think it's a combination of things you talked about today, and i know there's people yearning
it worked then, what's happened in the meantime, challenges we now face. i promoted solar energy back in 1975 when i signed a law that granted a 55% tax credit to the installation of solar. that time was mostly solar hot water. but 55% was a credit, not a deduction. so, you took it right off your state income tax. probably the biggest incentive that has ever been provided. but over the years times change, but still california at that time was leading the way in solar and building efficiency, and then very shortly after 1982 promulgated appliance efficiency standards. so, we did get the sense of renewable energy, efficiency, elegance in the way we handle resources. today, of course, we know a lot more. we know about climate change. we know about population, several billion more. we know if the demographers are right, the world will add 2 billion people. we now have 2 billion cars. the last time there were a couple hundred million cars. in fact, cars are reproducing faster than people. [laughter] >> and as long as they're using oil we've got a problem. that's why in california we have a
water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-rich organization. we're out there rebuilding the water system. we've budget working on power generation in the country. we've been doing sewer for the city. we're looking at a brand-new rebuild of all watt systems in san francisco and we haven't had a home that's been other than mental. >> they staff over 900 people. the puc is in two office locations. >> you know, this is such a great place for a building. if the puc owned that building and we could make that the icon i can sustainable building puc represents, wouldn't be a dramatic idea? >> so, one of the major decisions we made was we wanted to make a statement with this building. we wanted this building to be a lead platinum building
efficiency standards. so, we did get the sense of renewable energy, efficiency, elegance in the way we handle resources. today, of course, we know a lot more. we know about climate change. we know about population, several billion more. we know if the demographers are right, the world will add 2 billion people. we now have 2 billion cars. the last time there were a couple hundred million cars. in fact, cars are reproducing faster than people. [laughter] >> and as long as they're using oil we've got a problem. that's why in california we have a goal to have a million electric vehicles by 2025. (applause) >> so, that's -- just within the last two months, we actually recorded over 2000 megawatts of solar energy being put into the grid, which is more than [speaker not understood] provided. (applause) >> of course, the solar works for six hours or so and nuclear works for, you know, four times as long. however, it leaves a little bit of a tail afterwards that has to be dealt with. so, but it's an important milestone. and california does have the goal of 33% renewable energy. we have the goal of a
you're focusing on solar energy. that's a big piece. there's plenty of sun out there to take care of our energy. it's going to take time. it's going to take technology. it's going to take scientific breakthroughs, research, and development. and it's going to take storage. and it's going to take various insebastianvv stifle. just in california you have some cities that charge 1800 bucks for a permit for somebody to put solar on their roof. we have to fight that. there are soft costs. we can bring that down. from the small incremental step to the long march in getting it done, those are all the elements that you have to deal with. and there are some pauses, sometimes things plateau. i know some utilities feel we have enough for 33 and a third percent which is our state goal. we have to find other states. we've got to get other people putting out that 33% renewable standard. we've got to get -- and we do, we have a law in california encouraging storage because we can't just rely on the sunlight. (applause) >> we've got to bottle the sunlight. you've probably heard about that. we're b
, services and know how and materials for its energy sector. it was the strongest iran sanctions legislation ever to pass by the congress, but we must do more. with president obama's strong, clear and effective leadership, with broad bipartisan backing for a comprehensive strategy to halt iran's nuclear production, we're seeing action. iran's oil is coming off the market. iran's partners are cutting off ties, trade, business and commerce. that's the way we should get this done, with economic sanctions. in short, iran is feeling the bite of our sanctions, but we must keep the pressure on. iran's nuclear pursuits must continue. they refuse to change their pursuits in policies. their neighbors feel the threat of the regime's declarations and actions. so our message must remain firm. iran must suspend uranium enrichment, return to the negotiating table and abandon its reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons. now, i appreciate and i have the highest respect for the gentleman, mr. mcgovern, and others who support the resolution, mr. ellison, who support the -- who are opposing the resolution have a di
.s. citizenship and immigration services because i have spent a great deal of energy and focus on the well-being of our workforce. the workforce in uscis has asked for more training. our immigration law and policy is ever evolving. new decisions are issued, new challenges arise, and they've asked for enhanced training and we have delivered. they have asked for agency. very often we pick managers who are experts but not expertly trained in how to bring out the best in people. how to assist people when they have challenges and how to promote people when they have successes. those are some examples of tools that a workforce requests and a workforce deserves. >> just one final point. as you have disparaged the appearance of your brothers, we just want to point out that some might suggest that they're better looking than you are. >> senator, they have not gone through three confirmation earings. >> i would just acknowledge that you have lost some of your hair but not some of your humor. we are joined by senator tester. >> thanks. 'm sorry i was late. don't take senator hite camp's remarks to he
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about ronald reagan's energy and environmental policies and discusses president reagan's efforts to balance environmental protection and economic growth. this hour-long event was hosted by the heritage foundation in washington d.c.. >> join me in welcoming william perry pendley, author of "sagebrush rebel". [applause] >> when it came to energy, natural resources and the environment reagan knew exactly what he wanted to do. of course he had been governor of california and like the other ten western states california is a federal lands state. the government jones a third of the nation, most of that in the american west and california like colorado, half of it was owned by the federal government so ronald reagan as governor of california, not just when it was sovereign but also when it was a land owner in many cases of bad neighbor. so he had to have experience, he knew the agency, the park service, the fish and wildlife service and the forest service and the department of agriculture and the bureau reclamation, he had experience with those agencies firsthand and he brought that kno
. it is fun, i promise. >>> china and india will delay the planet from all its energy. can all the fracking keep the lights on? >>> best options for the u.s. and syria. each comes with a steep price tag. which is the best bet for american foreign policy and your tax dollars? do you ever have too much money? we'll be right back. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medal expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand what medicare is all about. and which aarp medicare supplement plan works
companies in the energy sector and utility and later on from the retailers, and they are such an important be beerometer. these are part of the consumer discretionary sector. they are reporting growth of 4% now. so keep an eye on that to see if it moves that growth rate -- >> john, if you have profits growing at 2% but prices of stocks growing at 20% so far this year, you got to wonder, don't you? >> right, it could be a kams for t -- case for the markets looking ahead. for the third quarter, growth rates come down analysts looking for 6% growth and that's expected to jump up to 11.5% in q 4. so they are looking past q 2 and looking for better expectations for earnings through the second half of 2013 and into 2014. >> john, thank you very much. >>> more earnings in market focus starting with gm. touching a new two-year high as profit topped expectations. north american sales offset losses in europe and july sales should be up 15%. shares sold off a bit, gm down a fraction to 37 dollars and change. the company raced the full year guidance and increased the stock buy back plan and told inves
and the energy that they give you, and that's the best thing about seeing a new country and a new culture. honestly, "globe trekker" has the best group of crew members that i've ever worked with. really, everyone is so nice. they're up for a laugh, good energy, and even when we've slept, like, 5 hours, and we need to do 5:00 in the morning... you know, early mornings, it's ok. we're all there. we're all in it together, and we do it for the love of travel. so there you go. love the crews. i feel very, very blessed and grateful to be doing a show like this. and when i do tell people i do shows like this, they tell me i have the best job in the world, and i truly, truly do. i love doing "globe trekker." i love doing travel shows. and it really has become a very strong and great part of my life. so hopefully, more to come. [captioning made possible by friends of nci] maybe you have some energy- saving appliances, like an energy star-rated washer and dryer. but what about your tv? chances are it's on more than your washer, dryer, and kitchen appliances combined. did you know that if half of us
of the environmental protection agency from promulgating his final certain energy-related rules that are estimated to cost more than $1 billion and will cause significant adverse effects to the economy. . the first reading of the bill shall be dispensed with. all points of order against consideration of the bill are waived. general debate shall be confined to the bill and shall not exceed one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on energy and commerce. after general debate, the bill shall be considered for amendment under the five-minute rule. in lieu of the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the committee on energy and commerce now printed in the bill, it shall be in order to consider as an original bill for the purpose of five-minute er the rule an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of rules committee print 113-19. that amendment in the nature of a substitute shall be considered as read. all points of order against that amendment in the nature of a substitute are waived. no amendment to that
of constant slow motion environmental disaster when it comes to energy production. particularly, when it comes to the fossil fuel industry. out of control natural gas explosions off the gulf coast, almost daily tar sands oil spills, sometimes in our own backyard in places like suburban arkansas? what caused that pipeline rupture down there anyway. these recurring disasters serve as the political backdrop to the political fights we're having on this issue now. it was put into stark relief. the president said today, this is the first in a series of speeches on economic issues that the president is going to be traveling the country to deliver over the next few weeks. in today's speech, the president taughted the fact that during his presidency, we have doubled our investments as a nation in wind power and solar power. our priority as a country is to cut down on carbon emissions and invest in renewable energies that do not add to the carbon problem. clean up the environment and move to new cleaner sources of energy. republicans, congressional republicans decided they were going to prebutt the pres
campaign to change american energy policy. his plan is to replace foreign oil with natural gas and wind, which he says will be good for the country and good for him. what's the balance for you between, "i'm doing something for america," and, "i'm doing something for boone?" >> oh, you know, no question. i'm rich enough. i mean, let's don't talk about boone. but i don't want-- >> what do you mean, don't talk about boone? boone thinks about boone. >> well, let me tell you, i sure as hell don't want to lose. i'll tell you that. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. in this edition, we meet three maverick businessmen: medial mogul ted turner, tech tycoon larry ellison, and oil man turned alternative energy crusader t. boone pickens. we begin with ted turner. the cable news pioneer built an empire and a massive fortune in the 1980s, only to lose a good chunk of both in the ill-fated aol time warner merger of 2001. despite the losses, he's maintained the manic energy that drove him to change the landscape of the information age by creating cnn and 24-hour news. the man once descr
a look at energy production and its use. we will be right back. >> the first lady reflects the schims in the united states -- schism in the united states about what women are supposed to be today. are we supposed to be mom in chief or are we supposed to be first mate? if the president is supposed to be head of state and head of government, is the first lady supposed to be the ideal action -- fashionist? is she supposed to be a mom in chief? is she supposed to be the help make? mate?lp- if she is going to be the help- mate, has to understand what is going on in the country and her husband's agenda. >> as we continue our conversation on first ladies, about the rolelk of the first lady and it moves from traditional home and family -- and its move from traditional home and family to activism. this is a website. it is the history of popular culture. it is a collection of stories on the history of popular culture. to st. paul culture, it is more than that. say pop culture, it is more than that. i have been going into detail about how pop culture in packs sports, music. we have history of me
the switch to renewable energy in germany is angering green campaigners. good to have you with us. the main stories on al jazeera. e.g.'s army chief is calling for nationwide rallies on friday for a mandate against what he calls violence and terrorism by supporters of deposed president morsi. a muslim brotherhood leader responded on facebook saying it will not stop people rallying for the ousted president. south sudan apostate president dismissed his entire cabinet over an apparent power struggle with his deputy -- south sudan's president dismissed the entire cabinet. and the australian government says it will investigate whether asylum seekers in detention camps in papua new guinea are being raped and tortured. back to our top story -- egypt's military keep calling for protests. a spokesperson for the anti-coup a lions gate was her reaction to about 5000 ec's -- al-sisi's demands. speechless, to say the least. this is an explicit call for violence and what could turn into a civil war. we expect the minister of defense to be much more responsible than to call on more violence. how can we ne
for debate possibly a vote next week on energy and and it's called the energy consumers relief act. let me share with our viewers what the center for progressive reform president had to say about this legislation through the deceptivedeceptively named energy relief act would subsidize billion-dollar energy companies further contamination of the environment at the expense of consumers suffering with pollution related diseases like heart disease and asthma. >> guest: i have no clue what he says that because the whole premise of the bills to provide transparency and so that viewers will know, it epa can put out a bill which cost $10 billion which can destroy thousands of jobs and frankly this happens. so what are bill asks is that if they put out a bill will have an economic consequence that the department of energy and will be allowed to review audit if you will and if they think that the cost outweighs the benefit than they would not allow the bill to go forward. now all it does is ask transparencies transparency so the american people can look at a bill being passed and see if the cost and
about so-called energy drinks? >>> and remember when everyone in hollywood was adopting children from foreign countries, that trend is so -- the status symbol is owning your own spy satellite. wait until you hear what george clooney is doing with his. >>> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead. we have been told over and over again that the nsa is not tracking americans online or looking at the contents of our e-mails without a warrant, but guess what? they totally can do it anyway, if they want to. using more information from stranded nsa contractor edward snowden. the report claims that nsa has a program caused key score. it's not supposed to be used domestically on americans, but the guardian says it could be without any prior warrant necessary, your private correspondent, political views, health records, all of it could be in a database. the news broke as top intelligence officials were grilled today about why they need such programs to keep us safe. >> the phone records of all of us in this room reside in an nsa database. strong words this morning a
and here is what is "money" tonight. it may be the biggest energy game-changerhrough fracking you probably have never heard of it. it is buried in the bottom of the ocean with more energy than anything on the planet. we'll tell you all about in just seconds. >>> plus, who calls the financial shots in your house? oh, you think you do? your spouse probably thinks otherwise. a new study says that the divide between couples is wider than the grand canyon. weave details on how the power of money is impacting marriages anywhere. >>> "who made money today?" ere are not anyoadblocks in their way to make profit. t sure who it is. stay tuned to find out. it is even when they say it isn't it is always about money. melissa: tonight we start with a breakthrough, a possible energy game-changer that as i said you have probably not heard of. they call it, fire and ice. it sound kind of sci-fi. it is methane hydrate andt is a solid form of natural gas found in two places of the at the bottom of the ocean and deep below the arctic ice. but test runs havelready been done to extract i obviously thats not easy
a shakespeare play together. their imagination, energy, when they finally got that suicidal passionate journey of both of these lovers and their relationship with their parents and their friends and it is about gang warfare. i saw it come to life and it was extremely moving. wonderful boundless adolescent energy. bursting out of them, they were bigger than the characters. they had so much great energy to give. to be read shakespeare is a tough exercise. what i used to do when i toured american universities, i used to go into the classroom can act scenes from shakespeare. suddenly, it came to life. in front of them. i would love to direct american kids in shakespeare if i had the opportunity again. i have done it briefly. one of the last ones was in the university of mexico and we did a scene from a crazy play from samuel beckett. it came to life with these children. it was very beautiful. i love to work with the young and imaginative mind. tavis: i suspect you would never retire from acting because it is in your dna. i suspect if there was something you would be beautiful ads and brilliant at
and great views. download our free "skyweek" app for more information. maybe you have some energy- saving appliances, like an energy star-rated washer and dryer. but what about your tv? chances are it's on more than your washer, dryer, and kitchen appliances combined. did you know that if half of us in the u.s. replaced our regular tvs with an energy star model, the change would be like shutting down a power plant? you can find the energy star on everything from standard to high def to the largest flat-screen your heart desires. ow that makes sense. >> ming: i love tea. the tea of asia, but also the fresh mint tea of the middle east. and if you've ever had a black tea flavored with mint, you know the two flavors harmonize really well. so i'm reaching into both the asian and the middle eastern teapots for today's recipes-- tea smoked split chicken with mint pesto, best-ever mint iced tea and its alcoholic counterpart soju sweet tea, and a tea-brasied lamb shoulder with mint salad. and chinese tea and mint have inspired my old buddy and great chef susur lee to pay us a visit and whip up som
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energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. [ticking] >> a big time sports franchise is the ultimate vanity investment for american millionaires and billionaires. and some owners, like jerry jones of the dallas cowboys and the late george steinbrenner of the new york yankees, have become just as famous as their star players. in 2010, that exclusive club opened up to a man who counts his billions in rubles. his name is mikhail prokhorov, and we sat down with the russian oligarch just as he was buying the worst team in professional basketball, the new jersey nets. >> for me, life, and business in particular, is a big game. [thumping drum beat] >> if you could afford to do anything, would you do this? and hire a production company to put it to music? how about
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and learn the gulf, bp fr what happenals: so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everythining we d. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drillingactivi. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. one. ♪ lou: we are going to talk about that. it continues to grow the western states, a dramatic increase in production. since 2010 oil production has increased 64 percent in colorado. 51 percent in the oklahoma. 46 percent ii new mexico, 45 percent in utah, 23 percent in wyoming. combined to wire we talking about the states? those states and their production rival that of the balkan field in north dakota. despite the increase in the production of gas prices, rising you probably already know that. the national average is now $3.67, up $0.20 higher than one year ago. joining me now, president and ceo of the american petroleum institute. great to have you with us. >> is g
as a fracking industry reeling. could it put the u.s. energy revolution in jeopardy? we have the details. plus, if you want to buy luxury property these days, good luck finding one. a drought is sweeping the market , and the consequences should have every homeowner paying attention. more "money" coming out. ♪ [ male announcer ] thmercedes-benz summer event is here. now get the unmistakable thrill... and the incredible rush... of the mercedes-benz you've alws wanted. ♪ but you better get here fast... [ girl ] yay, daddy's here. here you go, honey. thank you. [ male aouncer ] because a good thing like this... phew! won't last forever. mmm. [ male announcer ] see your authorized dealer for an incredible offer on the exhilarating c250 sport sedan. but hurry, offers end july 31st. melissa: mother it's on wall street or main street, here's to make "money" today. anyone who owns starbucks. its best third quarter in history. specialty drinks and a growing variety of food options of lead the way. starbucks stock jumping more than seven percentage. howard schultz owns around 18 million shares of sta
the interns in our offices and it brings in a great energy and creativity in the offices craoe minding our professional staff of why they chose to be engineers and planners and developers. and we are happy that the pec has expanded the program to include all firms participating on the ssip program allowing more students to participate in it as dj mentioned there are over staff participating. it is a great partnership led by the pec, which includes rotation at thes actual consultant's office and then leads to the cap stone project. and during the rotation, they provide educational tasks related specifically to the area and this included engineering tools like auto cad, google sketch up, and google earth and gis mapping and then for finance and accounting we had and we taught them how to create the spread sheets for budget planning and estimating and the cost benefit analysis and things like that. these are all tools that they will need for their cap stone project. and our mentors also shared experiences on the large infrastructure project that we worked on the waste water and transportation
energy and walter energy. >> well, people are very concerned, they think that coal's not that good. linn energy, that is in the grips of one of the greatest bull/bear battles i've ever seen. and until the sec blesses linn energy's accounting, you're going to see this war rage and it's like the hundred years war. it's not the war of the roses, believe me because one side i think really smells bad. too much of a good thing, we saw the silent killer in action today. companies are doing well maybe better than we thought so interest rates went up and the market's trying to adjust to that new level. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up -- broken glass. from keeping you insulated to keeping you in the air owens corning has you covered. but this morning's earnings miss caused the company to go from pink into the red. could its housing exposure help solidify the foundation? find out in cramer's exclusive. >>> and later -- sweet specs, high risk could also mean high reward. it's all part of a little healthy speculation. tonight, cramer's taking a look back to see how his best plays have d
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